Beat Ryanair's Luggage Restrictions, send 30kg to Spain for £32 straight to your hotel! Send your luggage worldwide.
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Beat Ryanair's Luggage Restrictions, send 30kg to Spain for £32 straight to your hotel! Send your luggage worldwide.

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Found 19th Jun
I was looking at booking a flight to Barcelona but didn't want to pay the rip-off baggage fees via the airlines. Found this website and thought it may help others. For example, £32 to send 30kg of luggage direct to your hotel in Spain, whilst with Ryanair it costs from £10 to £40 for 15 kg and between £5 and £10 extra for a 20 kg allowance.

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... and is it the same price for the return journey? I'd doubt it, courier bargains from the UK never seem to match prices into the UK.

Nope, £64 rtn to Italy + £42 remote area fee for the Amalfi Coast. Could have been an option for sending a travel cot, but cheaper with Easyjet,

I've seen some innovative problem solving in my time but this... Kudos to the guys behind the idea!

Standard
3-4 working days
up to 20kg: £62.00
up to 30kg: £64.00
over 30kg: £64.00 + £4.00 per additional kg

Express
1-2 working days
up to 5kg: £76.00
up to 20kg: £140.00
up to 30kg: £171.00
over 30kg: £171.00 + £6.80 per additional kg
These are return prices, I take it most people want their luggage back after hols.
Edited by: "fearona" 19th Jun

Original Poster

fearona4 m ago

Standard3-4 working daysup to 20kg: £62.00up to 30kg: £64.00over 30kg: £ …Standard3-4 working daysup to 20kg: £62.00up to 30kg: £64.00over 30kg: £64.00 + £4.00 per additional kgExpress1-2 working daysup to 5kg: £76.00up to 20kg: £140.00up to 30kg: £171.00over 30kg: £171.00 + £6.80 per additional kgThese are return prices, I take it most people want their luggage back after hols.




How about someone with a working VISA going to Australia - they may want it one way? How about someone travelling to a skiing competition but is getting a lift back with their team mates? Lots of reasons!

We had to ship someone's luggage back to Oz as she had gone on a bit of a spending spree while here and it was a bit of a nightmare.It got to Stansted ok,then was sent back by customs who wanted a full inventory of contents!

Really wanted this to be a viable option! But the prices are too steep for returns. Would make travelling a lot less stressful not having to drag a suitcase on multiple modes of transport with kiddies in tow.

And when you are abroad for a 2 week holiday and it doesn't arrive.....what next?

What on earth are you packing that you want 30kg for a trip to Spain. Leave the heavy fleece at home!

£62 for up to 20kg return with 3-4 day delivery.
£140 for up to 20kg return with 1-2 day delivery.

Ryanair 'Leisure Plus' is typically £35 more expensive than the standard ticket-only price and gets you 20kg luggage, priority boarding and seat selection.

So £70 return for luggage, priority boarding and seat selection vs £62 for no priority boarding, sitting apart from each other and waiting days for your luggage.

Wow what a deal.

muffboy

And when you are abroad for a 2 week holiday and it doesn't … And when you are abroad for a 2 week holiday and it doesn't arrive.....what next?


Because that never happens with the airlines.....

Might be handy but not cheap when companies can send 30Kg parcels to France and charge you just £6 on a 2-3 day service.

joyf4536

Might be handy but not cheap when companies can send 30Kg parcels to … Might be handy but not cheap when companies can send 30Kg parcels to France and charge you just £6 on a 2-3 day service.


Do you think a suitcase would stand up to this form of shipping?

cocogumbo

How about someone with a working VISA going to Australia - they may want … How about someone with a working VISA going to Australia - they may want it one way? How about someone travelling to a skiing competition but is getting a lift back with their team mates? Lots of reasons!


Key word was hols.

m1chaels

Do you think a suitcase would stand up to this form of shipping?



Just to confirm I mean, when I purchase from UK companies I get charged £5 + Vat for up to 30Kg of goods delivered to France. Including glass contents sometimes. Delivered by DPD
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